Putting Achievement First
Causeway School is celebrating a strong set of GCSE results which has seen a 10% increase in the percentage of students achieving good passes in both English and Maths. Causeway's Executive Headteacher, Liza Leung said, “We are so very proud of the achievements of our students. Our school has undergone significant change and improvement over the last couple of years and this has been cemented by our best results yet. This reflects the hard work and commitment of students, staff and parents who thoroughly deserve our congratulations.” +
As part of the University of Brighton’s Outreach Programme Causeway students partcipated in a Masterchef event in the Culinary Arts Studio on their Eastbourne campus. The annual event was this year held over seven days and over 80 Year students took part from a variety of East Sussex Schools. The school students were supervised by university staff and student ambassadors. Students were split into four teams to prepare and cook four courses from an Around the World menu which included Asian, Greek, American and British dishes. Three judges attended each day to decide on a group winner and an individual Masterchef winner. The judges this year included Stephen Lloyd MP. Marina Trowell, Outreach Coordinator commented: “I would like to thank all the schools, university staff, ambassadors and judges that attended each day. It’s great to see so many young people developing new skills, working in teams and engaging with our student ambassadors.” +
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